Archive for: March, 2017

GBR volatile as Brexit begins

STAYING on top of the latest news can help you time your currency transfers more effectively. Read on to find out what’s been driving the pound and euro, and what you can expect in the weeks ahead. The last couple of weeks have been pretty hectic for the currency market, and we’ve seen some significant […]

Pups needing homes!

Accion del Sol news THIS beautiful puppy, along with his brothers and sisters, arrived in very bad condition at the refuge a few weeks ago. Now happy and healthy, the pups are looking for loving new homes, so please do come and visit us if you are looking to adopt a dog. School programme We […]

Successful school visit

Cats Welfare news WE were thrilled to have been invited, recently, to give a talk to the pupils in Year Four at Wingate School, Cabo Blanco. The children were excited to learn about why neutering is so important, how we catch wild cats, how to care for their own cat if they are lucky enough […]

Helping Hands finds a night-time project

HELPING Hands in Tenerife, a fully-registered charity, based in the South of Tenerife, was set up in 2009 by Liz Montague and her two friends, Dorothy Gardner and Julie Lincoln, together with Lynette Tiernan, who represents the Costa del Silencio area. They are all full-time residents in Tenerife and Liz, the charity’s President, has lived […]

K9 does cats …

K9 animal news  DO you know that, as well as our lovely dogs, K9 also has a small cattery with some beautiful and loving cats who are also waiting patiently for their forever homes? Handsome Atticus here is just one of them. He was rescued as a kitten from the street but, sadly, a family […]

Dog of the Week -Nalu!

Live Arico news CHECK out Nalu; isn’t he just gorgeous? He is a really good dog, friendly and playful, yet he is always overlooked. We don’t know why. Can you give him the chance of a perfect home for the rest of his life? For more information call Sue on 629 388102. Fund-raising afternoon This […]

Murder he’s writing?

ARE you a budding author with a first novel about to go online?  Or maybe you’re a seasoned writer, with a number of publications already under your belt, and another few waiting to be written. Last year, Adeje Town Hall introduced a section for non-Spanish authors at their annual book fair. A number of English-language […]

Young Alexandra won’t blow his own trumpet!

A TALENTED Spanish musician is preparing to make his debut at London’s Royal Albert Hall in London – and he’s just nine years old! Alexandro de Gracia Garcia Antolinos (pictured), from the Alicante town of  Almoradi, on the Costa Blanca, has been playing the French horn since he was six. And already, he is the […]

Fresh water is capital aim for the residents

THE vast majority of Tenerife capital’s residents are probably unaware, but nearly 50% of the water they consume comes from the Emma desalination plant, in Santa Cruz port. The facility was launched in 2001 and processes 24,000cu/m of sea-water each day. Juan Ayala, the desalination plant operations manager, and Daniel Montoro, production technician, say the […]

Drug baron is sent down for 18 years

BRITISH drug baron Paul Monk, head of a 35m-euro empire and said to be a “career criminal”, has been jailed for 18 years at the Old Bailey after disappearing to Spain for two years. The 56-year-old, formerly of Romford, Essex, was captured by Spanish police, who searched a house in Javea, near Alicante, last April. […]

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